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La Invención de Morel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Page 25 through 43 Summary

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Page 25 through 43 Summary

The protagonist is afraid. He has done something that he fears will expose him and send him on his way to prison. He decides to approach the woman on the beach. When he sits near her, she pretends not to see him. He decides to bring her flowers. The first flowers he picks fade and wilt. Fresh flowers grow near the museum where the people are. He is able to sneak some flowers away but they are so small that he will need thousands to make the garden he plans. He begins digging and planting his garden. He makes the flowers in the image of the woman who waits for the sunset. He makes another image of grass of himself which is three times smaller than the floral woman.

When the woman appears, again she pretends she doesn't see the man or his flowers. Another...

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